At a corner of the huge country, at the very edge of the world, the Kamchatka Peninsula juts 1,500 kilometers into the Pacific. Eight thousand kilometers east of Moscow, Kamchatka is an incredible place. It holds such titles as the highest recorded density of brown bears on Earth, the only geyser field in Eurasia and the tallest active volcano on the continent. For decades, the peninsula was shut by the Soviet government to protect its local military assets, but the Soviet collapse caused this regionto open and brought in waves of outsiders. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is surrounded by nature parks, state reserves and sanctuaries, so this small city of 179,395 has become a jumping-off point for investors and tourists eager to explore the region's untouched wilderness.

Half Day tour of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Pick up and drop off at the sea terminal


The guide will take the group for a city-tour where you will be able to visit a number of historical and cultural monuments, as well as visit the main historical museum. You will enjoy stunning panoramas of the Avacha Bay and its environs from the Petrovskaya Hill. The City, which is only 270 years old, has already had an exciting and diverse history. Visiting the museum, you will learn about the famous sea explorers Vitus Bering, La Perouse, Charles Clarke, and others, as well as view clothing, utensils and even parts of the original ships from those eras. Also the exhibits at the museum will tell you about the natural history of the peninsula, the life of the indigenous people, and the history of its exploration.

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